ErosionI think your dyingMore Like This
is like the ocean,
at crumbling dunes.
Each drop of water
is a moment of anguish,
dragging you closer
to the torrent of captivity.
Sand through the hourglass,
My Review of The Nightmare Before ChristmasSeptember’s almost over, so that means department stores are beginning to set up for the fall’s biggest holiday, Halloween. And as such, I have decided to take a moment to review one of my favorite films of all time: “Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas.” But before I do, I would like to settle the age-old conflict that surrounds this movie—is it meant to be watched during Halloween or Christmas? The correct answer, dear children, is all year round! There is never an inappropriate time of year to be watching this visual and auditory masterpiece.More Like This
Now then, for those of you who haven’t seen it yet, you all need to get out from that rock you’ve been under and see this already—but until then, I’ll make sure I don’t spoil anything for you all and give you a rough summary.
All of the holidays you are familiar with are planned out and executed by many devoted characters bound to their respective holiday. Within the hear
Legend of Sleazy HotelBecause I watched Disney’s ‘The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,’ I give you this:More Like This
(By the way, it’s set in regular times. And I promise, it will not go off into random plot stories, or follow Sleepy Hollow’s legend all the way, as it is set in modern days. And the setting is in a city, so how much sense would it really make if there was a headless horseman in the middle of a town, surrounded by people? Sorry, rambling.)
Its beginning is often misunderstood—most people believe it is Lucifer’s birthday. Which, in all fairness, is not too far from the truth.
What those people do not know: Celtic priests (commonly known as the Druids) would honor Samhain, Lord of the Dead, on October thirty-first to November first. It was rumored that on the thirty-first, Samhain would conjure the souls of the dead into bodies of animals to pay for their sins. This day was believed to be All Hallows Eve. Over the many years, it wa